Can you watch a wide screen movie without seeing the black borders or bars top and bottom of the screen?
Are the different aspect ratios to choose from like 16:9 expanded or something similar?
Can someone list all of these aspect ratio settings for this plasma?
So it will zoom in the picture, and scale the picture without cutting any of the image off? and elminating the borders at the same time?
Given the absence of a response,am I to assume that it is ok during the running in period to display a picture with black bars on a Pioneer in particular,and Plasmas in general?
I look forward to advice.
I know this is possible on a Philips LCD screens to eliminate the borders by selecting 16:9 expanded, but for a plasma that costs £1800 I would have thought you could do this aswell, even for any plasma for that matter hence why plasma screens are made in 16:9 shape screen.
Hold up, you're going to have to explain this one to me like I'm stupid.To be honest I didn't think about the burn in issue by displaying black bars top and bottom. Didn't know that would affect it.
What I am concerned about is the fact a mate has bought a 37 inch Philips LCD screen that by changing the aspect ratio 16:9 expanded could display a wide screen movie in full screen without the borders without stretching the screen and scales it perfectly. This screen cost £650. Now for £1800 for a Pioneer plasma screen id expect that you could do this aswell but it seems it can't, only in cinema mode will it produce a picture with only 1 inch borders I suppose it not to bad but still.
You are of course correct.Hold up, you're going to have to explain this one to me like I'm stupid.
You've got a picture which is 2.35:1
on a screen which is 1.78:1
and it can show it fullscreen without either stretching it, or losing any part of the image?